Tag Archives: Support

Philippines’ Globe Group selects MYCOM OSI’s Experience Assurance capability to support its digital transformation strategy

LONDON, UK – Jun 10th, 2022 – MYCOM OSI, a leading independent provider of Assurance, Automation and Analytics solutions to some of the world’s largest Communications Service Providers (CSPs), has been selected by Globe Telecom, the Philippines’ top mobile network operator and digital solutions platform, to introduce its Experience Assurance capability. Experience Assurance covers Service… Read More »

UK Retailer Deploys Secure I.T. Environments Micro Data Centres to Support On-Premises IT Services in ‘Hostile’ Environments

Three new Micro Data Centres deployed at separate locations, containing complete environmental monitoring, air conditioning, power distribution and UPS, along with training, and an on-going maintenance programme. 10 March 2022 – London, UK – Secure I.T. Environments Ltd, one of the UK’s leading design and build companies for modular, containerised and micro data centres, has… Read More »

VACUUMSCHMELZE (VAC) and General Motors (GM) Announce Plans to Build a New Magnet Factory in the U.S. to Support EV Growth

Hanau – VAC and GM announced plans for VAC to build a plant in the U.S. that will manufacture permanent magnets for the electric motors used in GM’s electric vehicles using Ultium-Platform. The new plant would plan to use locally sourced raw materials. “We are building a resilient and sustainable EV manufacturing value chain in… Read More »

Support for Drug Price Negotiation Brings Partisans Together in the U.S.

Most U.S. adults across political parties favor allowing the Federal government authority to negotiate for drug prices — even after hearing the arguments against the health policy. Drug price negotiation, say by the Medicare program, is a unifying public policy in the current era of political schisms in America, based on the findings in a… Read More »

Majority of burned-out clinical support staff point to patient communications as the culprit

A study published this week from the patient experience vendor WELL Health found that the vast majority of frontline clinical support staff are reporting moderate to extreme burnout.   Nearly two-thirds say they’ve considered switching jobs or quitting due to stress.   “While much has been reported on doctor and nurse burnout, less attention has… Read More »